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    Rumors: Shane Bringing Goldberg In To Face Taker At WM32

    deadman07 posted the link to the following so credit to him for what’s below:

    On Monday Night Raw, there was the incredibly shocking and amazing return of Shane McMahon to WWE, and he was immediately placed into a huge match. Shane will face off against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32, and it is going to take place inside the unfriendly confines of Hell in a Cell. Some wonder how this match is going to work, but now rumors have been flying that Shane McMahon could hire a mercenary, and Bill Goldberg‘s name has started being thrown around.

    It’s kind of hard to believe that Shane McMahon returned to WWE at all on Monday, but to have him placed in such a huge match is unheard of. Facing off with The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32 is almost like a suicide mission, and putting them in the giant cell just seals that. Still, it’s on the card and confirmed, as per WWE.com.

    The Undertaker is in great shape, and he showed that last year by wrestling at a number of Pay-Per-Views and in some huge matches. There’s no doubt that he will be prepared and able to go at WrestleMania 32, and likely for months or even years after it.
    On the other hand, the big question is if a 46-year-old Shane, who hasn’t wrestled in six years, is able to go in the ring. McMahon has been away from the wrestling world and WWE for just about as long, and now he’s being thrown immediately to the biggest and baddest wolf there is.

    What if, though… what if there is a loophole? No-one thought Shane McMahon was going to ever come back to WWE, but he did. For those that may have missed it, Vince McMahon mentioned a “lock-box” that Shane is in possession of, and the contents are being held over the big man’s head. There was the loophole to write Shane McMahon back into WWE storylines, and it should eventually revealed. Perhaps there is a loophole of some sort in how Shane has to participate in this match against The Undertaker, and he’s able to hire a mercenary to wrestle for him?

    It’s not unlike Shane McMahon to do something sneaky. He just reappeared in WWE after being gone for the past six years. In 2001, he purchased WCW right out from under his father’s nose when WWE finally acquired its long-time rival. Some just don’t believe that Shane McMahon will be able to still give the types of amazing matches he used to give. With that, bring in the list of possible mercenaries who could be “hired” by Shane-O Mac to take on The Deadman.

    Bill Goldberg is obviously one of the first choices that gets throw out as his name has been included in a bunch of rumors for months now. According to WrestleZone, Goldberg has actually not been contacted by WWE for an appearance at WrestleMania 32, and it’s not known that he will. That’s not to say he won’t though as there have been talks between Goldberg and WWE over the past year and the interest is there from both sides. All that needs to happen is a respectful deal.

    Batista is another possible option, but not one that is likely going to end up being Shane McMahon’s choice to face The Undertaker. At the Royal Rumble, Vince McMahon met with Batista about being the special guest referee for the WrestleMania 32 main event, but he refused the offer.
    Currently, Batista is filming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as well, so he’s rather busy.

    Yes, The Rock is going to be at WrestleMania 32 without any doubt, as both WWE and he have confirmed it already. Now, his full role isn’t known yet, but it also isn’t expected that he will be wrestling due to insurance issues and his commitments to the movies he’s filming.

    One thing that needs to be taken into consideration is that Shane McMahon returned as a huge babyface, and he’s being pitted against Vince McMahon, the heel. Vince is using The Undertaker, but it won’t put Taker into the role of the heel. If the match stays Shane vs. Undertaker, then it will be babyface vs. babyface in a huge Hell in a Cell bout. If Shane does bring in a mercenary to fight for him, then it will have to be someone that doesn’t portray Shane as the heel…because he isn’t.

    Shane McMahon is officially back in WWE, and he’s going to have to a match in the Hell in a Cell against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32. If the match goes on as is, it will be interesting to see how good it comes off. If McMahon ends up hiring Goldberg or The Rock or even Kurt Angle as his mercenary, then things could be changed up entirely.

    source: Inquisitor

    This rumor’s the most ridiculous one yet. So much so I didn’t bother to get through the whole thing.

    The only thing I unquestionably agree with from the article as it’s very clear is Taker’s in great shape, is healthier and over whatever injuries and surgeries he’s had. As if any proof was needed, he worked more dates last year and the pics and videos posted are all valid evidence.

    The question about whether Shane will be able to go or not is what has been on my mind. Yes he was decent for a non wrestler back in 1999-2009 when he competed against Test, Big Show, Kurt Angle, Kane, Orton. But it is now 2016 and he hasn’t been in the ring since 2009 and is older now at 46 than he was then. He’s seriously training and knows he has to deliver. Hopefully he will do his part in the delivery. If anything, his training will help him. But training isn’t a substitute for shaking off ring rust unless you train in the ring, which I don’t know if he’s done that yet or not.

    Post Discussion
    • Venezuelantaker on February 27th, 2016 says:

      I’m still hoping for Sting to be the Mercenary cause Shane vs Taker makes no sense

    • Mark Petrick on February 28th, 2016 says:

      To Everyone:

      I don’t think, anybody is going to interfere in the match between Shane McMahon and the Undertaker but who knows. Right? I guess, we will have to find out how this whole thing plays out and that starts Monday Night, when Undertaker is returning.

    • deadman07 on February 28th, 2016 says:

      Sting at this point of his career inside HIAC …no way. If it’s been a normal match then there is a possibility but after seeing his last two matches I don’t think he can take HIAC. BTW taker must be in one hell of a form otherwise two HIAC in such a small gap is really surprising. I thought his match with brock would be his last HIAC but this man is himself works like a mercenary. So Goldberg, Sting or Shane will R.I.P at WM 32.

    • ancientrites on February 28th, 2016 says:

      Joke on you,Our client true Phenom brock Lesnar Pinned The undertaker Twice In a Hell in a Cell.Mr ShAne Should Have No trouBle to Pin The undertaker Like i Said earlier Thread.

    • deadman07 on February 28th, 2016 says:

      ^^really ..how old are you? I guess 10

    • Ali on February 28th, 2016 says:

      To streak conqueror:
      Yeah and Undertaker defeated your client Brock Lesnar 5 times in 2003, once in a triple threat match involving Big Show, three times in a handicap match against Brock Lesnar and Big Show. And in a one on one dark match on Smackdown as well. Not to mention last year at Summerslam Taker made the so called Beast pass out to the Hell’s Gate. Now why don’t go on and cry on a Brock Lesnar fansite.

    • ancientrites on February 28th, 2016 says:

      Mr Ali,Please get You facts Right,The Losertaker Pinned Our Client 2 times and 1 by count out.

      august 26 2003 smackdown the undertaker pinned brock lesnar,big show triple threat match
      october 14 2003 smackdown dark match the undertaker defeated brock lesnar by countout
      october 21 2003 smackdown the undertaker pinned brock lesnar and big show in a handicap match

      could you enlighten me the remaining 2 encounters with date please in 2003.
      You are absolutely right our client real phenom brock lesnar passed out at Summerslam but he did not tap out which reminds me of stone cold steve austin when he passed out to bret hit man hart,I take the defeat with pride and not by low blow cheat,losertaker took the low blow from our client at HIAC which was legit to the rules.

      Mr Ali,Keep Calm and Watch Shane Conquer The undertaker 22-2…Believe In suflex city Amen

    • yousif on February 28th, 2016 says:

      @streakconqueror
      I appreciate you knowing each and every match detail
      . Undertaker vs brock is what i enjoy most 2002 or 2014 . 2015
      Still the presence of them together and chemistry between them
      It’s like something really special.
      I just want to tell you one thing .
      The only difference that made brock better than take
      Is age difference 13 years between them .
      Otherwise. Taker in his peak and brock in his peak .
      Brock got no chance what so ever …
      But WWE always wants to give a push to the younger 1 which is always brock.

    • Anan on February 29th, 2016 says:

      @To Those Bringing Up Goldberg:

      Have you considered that
      1. His relationship with WWE isn’t good enough to warrant a WM appearance. It’s not like he’s so desperate for money and fame that he’s going to WWE begging to have him work the show.
      2. He said he’d have one more match so his son could watch him. His son never saw him wrestling before. Should Taker win and I don’t doubt he would, will Goldberg be ok with losing his front of his son?

      @To Those Bringing Up Sting:

      Have you considered that
      1. Sting doesn’t want to work a HIAC match.
      2. Can’t work HIAC (yes deadman07 I see you brought this point up already)
      3. WWE doesn’t want him working HIAC.
      4. Vince isn’t open to Taker vs Sting.
      5. Sting is okay with just doing HOF and maybe Axxess stuff, not wrestling a match at WM.
      6. Maybe considers retired though he hasn’t officially said anything about it yet.
      7. Is not healthy enough, as in not recovered enough for his injuries and surgery to work a match.
      8. If he was to work another match, knowing he’d have to and want to deliver, would consider wrestling when he is ready, willing, able and healthy, back to normal.

    • yousif on February 29th, 2016 says:

      undertaker vs sting should happen only when sting is ready 100%
      why people are not thinking of kane vs sting too ? i want your opnion here @anan ? please
      kane is also famous for similar dark character . and i persoanly see more balanced match between 2 of them than taker vs sting as accomplishments.

      undertaker vs goldberg is good, but , who will work as heel in this stroyline if taker is wrestling for vince ?!

    • eric on February 29th, 2016 says:

      don’t see Goldberg here…..I’m sure Shane gets help via interference….my bet right now….The Bullet Club….then again….maybe from someone else….but if the interference leads to a loss….why not begin a feud that plays out to summerslam…or WM33.

    • Thy Serpent on February 29th, 2016 says:

      This match does have a little bit of unpredictability. A Shane victory will give him control of RAW, but giving ‘Taker his second WM loss is just stupid. Actually, an interference to help Shane would be good. Especially if it is from someone totally unexpected. I won’t stop watching WWE in case The Undertaker loses. I’ll just bitch about it. As long as The Undertaker is there, I will continue to watch WWE just for him. Once he decides to call it a day, I don’t know. Anyway, I hope to see ‘Taker better his win/loss record at HIAC. According to wiki, it now stands at 6-6-1. If we take only singles matches, he has won 6 matches and lost 5. Statistics may not matter to some, but for me, I do give them importance at times. Regarding Sting, not sure why Vince is not keen on him facing ‘Taker. Since he may not be fully fit by WM, I’m ok if he faces him at some other PPV. Hoping that happens some time in future.

    • eric on February 29th, 2016 says:

      I just can’t see Taker losing at WM….maybe Shane gets control of Raw via “hostile take over” angle….but I think Taker gets a W but I see a feud coming out of this leading up to summerslam….but what do I know.

    • Anan on March 1st, 2016 says:

      Taker vs Shane….here’a a possible, but probably and unpopular scenario….maybe Shane or Taker will get a controversial win. Yes a clean win is best. But as the old sayings go, a win’s a win and you do anything to win. I believe an unclean win, if that is the result of the match is WWE’s way of having someone win while in their minds preventing the “loser” from losing whatever momentum they had going into the match. I don’t think the way lots of fans do. Fans think wins/losses are everything. People have said Taker’s loss to Lesnar at WM weakened him, the low blows to Lesnar weakened him more while his controversial win at SSlam over Lesnar weakened him further. I don’t agree with either of those opinions and that is all they are, fan created opinions.

      @yousif:

      Sting vs Kane would be a great precursor to Taker vs Sting. Kane knows Taker. They’ve been in the ring as opponents and as a team. Sting will learn about Taker as an opponent by facing Kane all it benefits him. I did not agree with your post where you said Kane’s done, he has nothing left. That’s up to Kane, not you. He’ll retire on his terms and when he says it’s time, not when fans draw the opinion that he’s done and has nothing left. The thing about many fans is that they forgot that they are just fans.

      @Thy Serpent:

      Vince isn’t open to the idea of Taker vs Sting because he feels the match won’t deliver or meet expectations considering the combination of both men’s ages. I disagree with his view. But he’s the one who gives the green or red light. At the end of the day, Vince cares about Vince, does what Vince wants and will probably stay that way although there’s times he does do what the fans want. He’s just out of touch. It takes him time to see his ways as far as TV product don’t work. The only evidence needed to see that is in the 90’s. WWE was struggling because while WCW moved on to an edgier product while ECW was edgy, Vince stayed in friendly cartoon era during the mid-90’s and back then there was no HHH behind the scenes to talk to him like there is now. He eventually moved on to edgy TV in late 97. But took him a while to see his ways and his vision were no longer working and the product needed change. It’s like HHH said, you either evolve or you perish. Taker’s evolved which is why his character is the longest running gimmick to the point of where now it has a life and a legacy of its own.

      If anyone can get Vince to green light Taker vs Sting, it’s HHH. He’s the man who got Warrior and Sammartino, both of whom had a bad relationship with WWE into the WWE HOF. I say only HHH can get Vince to open up to Taker vs Sting because I don’t know if Taker or Sting will pitch it to Vince. Who knows? Maybe they have but their request was denied.

    • yousif on March 1st, 2016 says:

      thanks for replaying @anan

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